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Changing fan speed on an old nvidia geforce 6500

post #1 of 6
Thread Starter 
Hi ppl

I know this card is just no used by no one, but i have one and i need to change the fan speed without using nvidea control panel, do you know any software to do that ???

Please help me

The pc freezes becouse of the heat, and in the new drivers of nvidea control panel does'nt show option to change fan speed.

Yes i know you are saying to install old driver's but i tryed, the problem is when i restart my windows 7 the system automaticly intalls new driver before i can install nvidia system tools.

If you know any software that can change the FAN SPEED of my grafic card plz tell me.

THANKS
post #2 of 6
look up a program called "SpeedFan"
it has a GPU fan control in it.

EDIT: Here is the link to save you the trouble.
http://www.almico.com/sfdownload.php
post #3 of 6
Thread Starter 
Well i'm seeying the software, and i know what fan i need to acelerate but i don't know how ??

Can you help me again plz
post #4 of 6
Its the one that says GPU fan, just press the up arrow...
post #5 of 6
Thread Starter 
In my PC does'nt apears GPU fan , but i can see that is the first fan in the software !!

See the image plz:



It's allready at 100%, i'm seeing that i can't play in summer, maybe if i clean the fans the temp can lower, the pc really freezes when i start playing, but thanks for your help.

Other question, the fan that is at 75% if i change to 100% the temp raises very much to 127º, do you know what could be the problem ??

I have another temp shown in the software that is big, it could be the CPU or what you thing it might be ??

Thanks for everything wink.gif
post #6 of 6
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Originally Posted by maxinone View Post

In my PC does'nt apears GPU fan , but i can see that is the first fan in the software !!

See the image plz:



It's allready at 100%, i'm seeing that i can't play in summer, maybe if i clean the fans the temp can lower, the pc really freezes when i start playing, but thanks for your help.

Other question, the fan that is at 75% if i change to 100% the temp raises very much to 127º, do you know what could be the problem ??

I have another temp shown in the software that is big, it could be the CPU or what you thing it might be ??

Thanks for everything wink.gif
If the temp is showing 127C, then it is a faulty sensor, or a sensor that isnt there/ cant be read. The program will just put a random value for when it cant read a sensor, and the default is 127C.
Temp 1, 2, and 3 are the processor, and if 1 of the temps reads 127C, disregard it, and go off of the other temps/
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